Premio INSTM/Polymers: tutte le candidature pervenute

Alla scadenza della deadline per la presentazione delle domande al Premio INSTM/Polymers, tiriamo le somme sull’impatto dell’iniziativa promossa dal Consorzio e dalla rivista edita da MDPI per valorizzare il lavoro di giovani ricercatori nel campo dei polimeri e dei compositi.
Ci sono arrivate ben 19 richieste di partecipazione, di cui due, purtroppo, sono state scartate perché non rispondenti ai requisiti indicati nel bando.

Le pubblicazioni 2018/2019 in concorso sono:

  • Rigid filler toughening in PLA-Calcium Carbonate composites: Effect of particle surface treatment and matrix plasticization, European Polymer Journal
  • Characterization and performance evaluation of Fe3O4/PES nano composite membranes for microbial fuel cell, European Polymer Journal
  • An injectable, degradable hydrogel plug for tracheal occlusion in congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), Materials Science and Engineering: C
  • Pickering Emulsion Gels Based on Halloysite Nanotubes and Ionic Biopolymers: Properties and Cleaning Action on Marble Surface, ACS Applied Nano Materials
  • Thermal Degradation in Ultrathin Films Outperforms Dose Control of n-Type Polymeric Dopants for Silicon, ACS Applied Electronic Materials
  • Tissue-mimicking gelatin scaffolds by alginate sacrificial templates for adipose tissue engineering, Acta Biomaterialia
  • Multifunctional epoxy/carbon fiber laminates for thermal energy storage and release, Composites Science and Technology
  • Complexes of rare earth ions embedded in poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) T (PLGA) nanoparticles: Characterization and spectroscopic study, Optical Materials
  • Rubber Toughening of Polylactic Acid (PLA) with Poly(butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) (PBAT): Mechanical Properties, Fracture Mechanics and Analysis of Ductile-to-Brittle Behavior while Varying Temperature and Test Speed, European Polymer Journal
  • Cement-based composites containing functionalized carbon fibers, Cement and Concrete Composites
  • Electrospinning of Fish Gelatin Solution Containing Citric Acid: An Environmentally Friendly Approach to Prepare Crosslinked Gelatin Fibers, Materials
  • Hybrid Zeolite SAPO-34 Fibers made by Electrospinning for Energy Saving Technologies, Materials
  • Exploring the benefits beyond the pre-reduction in methane of the Cr/SiO2 Phillips catalyst: The molecular structure of the Cr sites and their role in the catalytic performance, Journal of Catalysis
  • Towards Novel Fluorinated Methacrylic Coatings for Cultural Heritage: A Combined Polymers and Surfaces Chemistry Study, Polymers
  • Optimization of dye adsorption capacity and mechanical strength of chitosan aerogels through crosslinking strategy and graphene oxide addition, Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Reprocessable Vinylogous Urethane Cross-Linked Polyethylene via Reactive Extrusion, Polymer Chemistry
  • Tuning Porosity and Functionality of Electrospun Rubber Nanofiber Mats by Photo-Crosslinking, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Entro il 30 aprile 2021, INSTM pubblicherà sul proprio sito gli esiti della valutazione e scopriremo chi si sarà aggiudicato il premio di 1000 € messo a disposizione dal Consorzio INSTM e il voucher dal valore indicativo di 1500 € per una pubblicazione gratuita sulla rivista Polymers.

Visto il successo dell’iniziativa, INSTM si auspica di poter organizzare un’altra edizione del premio dedicata alle pubblicazioni 2020/2021.

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